Meaning of Karma

Karma means that everyone will get what is coming to them.

Karma is a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism that has now gained popular acceptance. In the original context, Karma means that anything a person gets or anything that happens to a person, good or bad, is a direct result of something that person has done in their past in this live or the previous one.

The term “karma” comes from Sanskrit and directly translates into “action, work or deed.” According to this concept, if a person has done good actions in his past, then good things will happen to them. Similarly, if a person has done bad actions in his past, then bad things will happen to them.

The concept of Karma is not about punishment or reward. It is to make one responsible for their actions, so that what ever one does, he should know that there are going to be consequences for their actions either now or later.

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